Only 15 days have passed in this game so far, but apparently there's plenty to recap. Not because anything really interesting has happened, but because this show is afraid to put a new episode up during March Madness. We learn nothing new about the contestants who have already been kicked off, so I hope you weren't anticipating any Sandy scenes. We do learn that Sydney is more useful to her tribe than previously suspected, as she's actually able to start a fire where her male tribemates could not. Taj is less useful, because, although she interviews that she's all muscle and ready to kick challenge ass, mosquito bites reduce her to tears. It's pretty pathetic, but Stephen is there to give her supportive hugs, which is probably why she chose him to be her Exile alliancemate. Stephen continues to be awesome, calling Douche Steven Seagal (as does Tyson) and forming little-brother-type bonds with J.T. and Brendan. Over at Tempura, Douche is still a douche, ordering Sierra to build a fire and cook food by herself, conducting a non-existent orchestra, and telling stories about being attacked by snakes in the Amazon, thus proving that snakes are excellent judges of character. Tyson is self-consciously wacky as he flirts with Debbie and walks around camp naked. It's annoying and weird. Erinn remains Tempura's only saving grace, as she admits that she doesn't like anyone in her tribe and thinks that Douche is a big joke. And Joe remains boring and unremarkable. Let's hope the next 15 days are a lot more fun, with a lot less Douche.
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